Author Clifford, Mark
Title The Greening of Asia : The Business Case for Solving Asia's Environmental Emergency
Imprint New York : Columbia University Press, 2015
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Note Intro -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Introduction: Green Shoots Under Soot-Stained Skies -- Part I. Energy: Sun, Wind, and the End of Coal -- 1. The Sun Kings -- 2. Blowin' in the Wind -- Part II. Our Human World: Cities, Buildings, Wheels -- 3. Cities in a Garden -- 4. Buildings for a Greener Asia -- 5. Asia on the Move: Cars and Trains -- Part III. Nature: Forests, Farms, and Water -- 6. "Water Is More Important Than Oil" -- 7. The Tropical Challenge: Saving Asia's Lungs -- 8. "Adhere and Prosper": From Black Coal to Green Power -- Conclusion. From Black to Green: Asia's Challenge -- Appendix: Companies to Watch -- Bibliography -- Index
A hopeful look at the next business boom: partnerships between Asian corporations, the government, and civil society to create new technologies that will help save the most crowded places on Earth
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Link Print version: Clifford, Mark The Greening of Asia : The Business Case for Solving Asia's Environmental Emergency New York : Columbia University Press,c2015 9780231166089
Subject Sustainable development -- Asia.;Environmental degradation -- Asia
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